State of Decay Gets Its First Patch

By Marc Hollinshead, 3 years ago
Undead Labs have announced details of a patch that is coming to their debut title, State of Decay. Found on the developer's forums, the patch notes discuss a number of fixes and changes that are to come to the game. They are as follows:

-NEW: Playable characters can no longer be killed by the simulation
-Workshop now repairs weapons and vehicles at game dawn rather than the next real-world day.
-Reduced cooldown times of commands in the Radio Menu, notably Words of Encouragement, Words of Inspiration, and Medical Advice.
-NPCs no longer get stuck behind the counter or on the stairs at the gun shop in Spencer's Mill.
-The "Too many infestations!" event will now only occur when there are too many infestations within 500m of your Home, rather than anywhere in the world.
-The "Too many infestations" to-do item is now cleared when there are fewer than three infestations within 500m of your Home, rather than anywhere in the world.
-You must now be close to the ranger station for the Memento mission scene to play. Previously you would be teleported to the station if you left before the end of the mission.
-Community members will properly interact with Facilities in your home. Previously they would stop after a period of time.
-Feral zombie now properly dodges vehicles approaching at an angle.
-NPCs will now reliably reach warehouse between Mt. Tanner and Spencer's Mill when called to gather supplies.
-You can now punch out through the windshield of a vehicle if both doors are blocked.
-Zombies and NPCs no longer get stuck behind the grocery store in Marshall.
-NPCs now properly move to the proper location during cinematic scenes.
-Zombies no longer fall through floor in the Marshall courthouse.
-Zombies can no longer get under porch or floor at the Wilkerson's farmhouse.
-Fixed a few rare crash bugs.
-Fixed various translations bugs.
Title Update 1 has no specific date just yet, but it is expected to arrive sometime next week. Stay tuned for that!
Credit for this story goes to Crimzon Nutcase
Marc Hollinshead
Written by Marc Hollinshead
To summarize Marc in two words, it would be "Christian Gamer." You will usually find him getting stuck into story heavy action-adventure games, RPG's and the odd quirky title when he isn't raving about Dark Souls and Mass Effect. Outside the world of gaming, Marc attends and helps out in his church on a regular basis and has a not-so thrilling job in a supermarket.